RAWALPINDI: Circumstances have been lodged in opposition to house owners of 10 unlawful housing societies in Rawalpindi whereas purple notices have been issued to some 34 societies. Challans have been issued to some 25 societies.
This was disclosed by the Rawalpindi Growth Authority (RDA) Metropolitan Planning and Site visitors Engineering director on Friday.
Along with the direct motion in opposition to unlawful housing societies throughout the district, the RDA official stated that they’ve written to authorities of the investigation and regulatory authorities such because the Federal Investigation Company (FIA), the Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB), the Pakistan Digital Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA), and even the State Financial institution to launch investigations, block commercials and to freeze accounts of those societies respectively.
The official added that RDA had strictly warned all unlawful housing schemes within the district to not launch residential schemes, condominium blocks and even business buildings inside its jurisdiction with out first acquiring the requisite no-objection certificates (NOC) and different paperwork from the authority.
“Marketing and development by private companies of such projects are illegal,” the official stated.
Moreover, he urged the general public to not spend money on such unlawful housing schemes. RDA additionally urged sponsors to right away cease advertising and marketing for all unapproved and unlawful housing schemes in any other case, extreme authorized motion might be taken in opposition to them.
Guesthouses for quarantine
Adviser to Punjab Chief Minister on Tourism Asif Mehmood has introduced that each one relaxation homes situated throughout Punjab might be made obtainable to the federal government to arrange quarantine centres given the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The provincial adviser on tourism informed The Categorical Tribune that they’ve 11 relaxation homes in Punjab which have been handed over to the well being ministry.
Printed in The Categorical Tribune, March 21st, 2020.